Fluctuaciones sectoriales y su impacto en el crecimiento económico
[Sectorial fluctuations and economic growth impact]
This paper analyses the dynamics and significance of supply sectors in planning the economic policy, in particular the impact (manufacturing, agriculture and services) on economic growth through 1970 – 2011 and three cohorts. In these sense, it uses the following tools: co-movements and multi sectorial DSGE model for the Bolivian economy. The results support the hypothesis that the manufacturing sector boosts economic growth more than the others. This sector shows high persistence during expansion business cycle phases than service. The last effect is also applicable to agricultural sector, explained by its small technification that supports its low contribution to economic growth previous to 2001 – 2011.
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